This is a guest post from the Office of Sustainability:
Champions of Change Honored at Campus Sustainability Awards
The Wake Forest Campus Sustainability Awards presentation was held on Earth Day, April 22, in the Green Room of Reynolda Hall. A combination of students, faculty, and staff who have demonstrated or initiated successful sustainable practices on campus were recognized as Champions of Change.
Wake Forest University Provost Rogan Kersh and Executive Vice President Hof Milam recognized the following award recipients in four categories: Teaching, Research and Engagement; Resource Conservation; Service and Social Action; and Bright Ideas.
Teaching, Research and Engagement Award Category Winners:
Resource Conservation Award Category Winners:
Service and Social Action Award Category Winners:
Bright Ideas Award Category Winners:
Two individuals were honored with special awards for their meritorious leadership in campus sustainability:
A special group of awards also went to individuals who were nominated for their efforts to inspire others to live more sustainably:
Click here for more detailed information on the award ceremony and winners, including the ways in which the winners demonstrated positive sustainability practices on campus.
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